2010 Annual Forum

Water Energy In Changing Climates
September 27-29, 2010
Pittsburgh, PA

Final Agenda
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Water Issues (And Solutions) Associated with Hydraulic Fracturing

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GTI Water Management Consortiums, Marcellus & Barnett Shale
Tom Hayes, GTI
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Well Stimulation 101 (the process, water requirements, and the chemicals used)
Robert Garland, Universal Well Services
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Marcellus Shale Water Management
Tony Gaudlip, Range Resources
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Zero Discharge Management of Marcellus Frac Water Returns
Paul Ziemkiewicz, WV Water Research Inst
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GE Global Research (DOE) Cost Effective Recovery of Low-TDS Frac Flowback Water for Re-Use
Harish Acharya, GE Global Research Center
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ALL, Inc. (DOE) Considerations for Water Treatment and Re-Use in Shale Gas Development
David Alleman, ALL Consulting
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STRONGER Guidelines on Hydraulic Fracturing –
Lori Wrotenbery,Oklahoma Corporation Commission

The Legal Framework: Water Allocation, Quality, and Energy

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Jacqueline Daoust, Daoust Consulting
Jacqueline Daoust, Daoust Consulting

Source Water Roundtable-Communicating National, State, and Local Source Water Protection Strategies

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EPA Office of Ground Water & Drinking Water
Roy Simon, USEPA
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EPA Office of Wastewater Management
Maureen Tooke, USEPA
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Protecting Groundwater Quality: The Spring Creek Watershed Drilling Ordinance Success Story
Todd Giddings,Todd Giddings and Associates, Inc
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American Water Works Association G-300 Standard (Source WaterProtection): Steps to Protect Source Water Quality
Chi Ho Sham, The Cadmus Group
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Watershed-Based Source Water Protection Programs in Pennsylvania
G Patrick Bowling, PA DEP
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Lunch Presentation by: Dr. Terry Engelder, Professor of Geosciences, Pennsylvania State University
Dr. Terry Engelder, Professor of Geosciences, Pennsylvania State University

Water & Energy in Changing Climates: State, Federal, and Local Views

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Keynote : Robert F. Kennedy Jr.,President Waterkeeper Alliance
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.,President Waterkeeper Alliance
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Glenn H. Rider II, Director, Bureau of Watershed Management, PA DEP
Glenn H. Rider II, Director, Bureau of Watershed Management, PA DEP
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Chris Smith, Deputy Assistant Sec.Oil & Natural Gas, DOE
Chris Smith, Deputy Assistant Sec.Oil & Natural Gas, DOE
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Cynthia Dougherty, Director, Office of Ground Water & Drinking Water, EPA
Cynthia Dougherty, Director, Office of Ground Water & Drinking Water, EPA

Water & Energy in Changing Climates: Research, Applied Science, & Other Initiatives

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Water-Energy Research at the U.S. Department of Energy
Allan Hoffman, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, US Department of Energy
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Groundwater Banking: One Management Option to Meet Marcellus Water Needs
Richard R. Parizek, Professor of Geology and Geo-Environmental Engineering, Department of Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University
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Energy & Water: Potential Futures
C. Andrew Miller, Chief, Atmospheric Protection Branch, US EPA – National Risk Management Research Laboratory
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Natural Gas and Water in the New Energy Economy
Richard Ward, Energy Future Coalition
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Water Impacts of a Changing Energy Policy
Michael E. Webber, University of Texas - The Future of the Water-Energy Nexus
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Global Drivers and Mechanisms to Balance the Energy-Water Nexus
Jan Dell, CH2MHill and World Business Council for Sustainable Development
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The Water Energy-Nexus: The Role of Global Change Science
Charles Vorosmarty, The City University of New York

Water for Energy

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Incorporating Water Constraints into Electric Transmission Planning
Alex Schroeder, Western Governors’ Association
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Great Lakes Energy Water Nexus Initiative
Victoria Pebbles, Great Lakes Commission
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Water Use, Electric Power, and Nuclear Energy: A Holistic Approach to Environmental Stewardship
William Skaff, Nuclear Energy Institute
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Future Projections of Water Demands for Energy
Robin Newmark, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
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Quantifying Indirect Water Impacts of Buildings’ Energy Efficiency
Doug Elliott, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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A Carbon Footprint is not Enough
Brandy Lellou, Executive Director, Nature’s Voice Our Choice

Water Availability & Sustainability Planning for Future Demands

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How Water Treatment Drives Regional Power Demands And What Can Be Done About It
Frederick Bloetscher, Florida Atlantic University
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Assessing Water Use and Availability Trends in New Hampshire
Brandon Kernen, New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
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Water Supply Reservoir Viability and Water Conservation Study in Oklahoma
Karl Stickley, C.H Guernsey & Company
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Integrated Water and Energy Planning for Sustainable Rural Economies
Brian Starkebaum, Yuma Conservation District
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Improving Community Resilience through Water Preparedness
John Whitler, US EPA Office of Water
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GIS and Water Sustainability: A Taunton River Basin Case Study
Mark E. Nelson, Horsley Witten Group

Water Quality Nutrient and other Nonpoint Source Impacts to Ground Water

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Protecting Pennsylvania’s Drinking Water through Computer Modeling and Geospatial Analysis
Alfred Guiseppe, SSM Group, Inc
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The Unintended Energy Impacts of Increased Nitrate Contamination from Biofuels Production
Kelly Twomey, NSF Graduate Research Fellow
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Best Agricultural Management Practices (BMPs) for Biofuels Feedstock Production
Xiaobo Xue, University of Pittsburgh
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The Impact of Non-Point Source Contamination on the Surficial Aquifer of the Delmarva Peninsula
Judith M. Denver, Hydrologist, U.S. Geological Survey
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Nutrient Problems in the U.S. Call for Urgent Action
Jim Taft, Association of State Drinking Water Administrators
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Applications in the Use of Isotope Geochemistry to Identify the Origin of Methane in the Environment
Fred Baldassare, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection

Water and Unconventional Natural Gas Production Supplying Water for Well Stimulation

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Water Availability and Management in Shale Gas Operations
John Veil, Argonne National Laboratory
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Mitigating for Energy-related Consumptive Water Use in the Susquehanna River Basin
Andrew Dehoff, Susquehanna River Basin Commission
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Hydrogeologic and Water Resource Considerations Related to Natural Gas Production in the NYC Water Supply Watershed
Frank Getchell, Leggette, Brashears & Graham, Inc.
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Significance of Uncertainty in Water Resources Decisions for Western Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale
Austin Mitchell, Carnegie Mellon U.
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Evaluation of Abandonned Mine Drainage as a Water Supply for Hydraulic Fracturing in the Marcellus Shale
Elise Barbot, U. of Pittsburgh
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Developing Sustainable New Water Supplies for Natural Gas Development
Kenneth Nichols, CH2M HILL

Water and Geothermal Energy Ground Source Heat Pumps

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State Regulatory Oversight of Geothermal Heat Pump Installations: A National Survey
Kevin McCray, NGWA
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Preventing Source Water Zone II Impacts on High-Capacity Well Fields from Geothermal Heat Pump Systems
Todd Giddings, Todd Giddings & Assoc.
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Diversion of Existing Groundwater Infrastructure for Geothermal Heat Exchange
Matthew J. Hammer, Sanborn, Head & Associates
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Assessing Thermal Impacts of an Open-Loop Ground Source Heat Pump
Vicky L. Freedman, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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Standing Column Wells at Villanova University
Albert A. Koenig, ARB / Geowell
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Ground Source Heat Pump Monitoring to Ensure Source Water Protection,
Jacqueline Daoust, Daoust Consulting

Joint Water Availability & Sustainability/Water Quality Session Managed Aquifer Recharge

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A Collaborative Process to Identify the Most Feasible Aquifer Recharge Sites in Oklahoma -
Nathan Smith, CDM
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Stormwater: Benefit or Detriment to Groundwater? -
Barb Adkins, City of Portland, Oregon, Bureau of Environmental Services
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EPA Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds: Stormwater Update
Edward W. Lavery, USEPA Region1
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EPA Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water: Stormwater Update
Roy Simon, USEPA HQ
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Low Impact Development Stormwater Controls and Changing State and Federal Regulations
Steven P. Roy, Geosyntec
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Incidental Recharge in Montana
John LaFave, Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology

Data Needs for Resource Management: Current Application & Future Development

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The RBDMS Oil and Gas National Data Portal
Stan Belieu, NOGCC
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GWPC’s Risk Based Data Management System (RBDMS) Overview
Paul Jehn, GWPC
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Using RBDMS to Manage Oil and Gas Activities in New York and Display Data Using the RBDMS Wellbore Schematic Utility
Amanda Trotter, New York DEP
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RBDMS Water a New Regulatory Tool Water Data Management
Gregg Miller, Ohio DNR
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Use of Existing Public Databases to mprove Groundwater Monitoring
Evan Kane, roundwater Planning Supervisor, NC epartment of Environment and Natural Resources
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UIC National Database: Building Data Quality for More Effective Use:
Trang Le, USEPA -- QA/QC Tools and Reports
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Use of Data to IdentifyIssues and target resolution.
Beth Hall, USEPA
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Experiences in Addressing program inconsistencies in QA/QC Sessions
Kurt Hildebrandt, USEPA, R7

Water and Unconventional Natural Gas Production: Protecting Ground Water During Well Stimulation

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Zero Discharge Recycling Process for Marcellus Shale Frac Water
Tom Lewis III, Lewis Environmental Services, Inc.
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Biocides 101: The Chemistry, Use, and Regulation of Biocides Used for Hydrocarbon Production
Donald J. Love, The Dow Chemical Company
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Water Issues Related to Unconventional Oil and Gas Production
John Lucey, HDR Engineering
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State Investigations of Oilfield Ground Water Contamination Incidents and Their Role in Advancing Regulatory Reforms
Scott Kell, Consulting Geologist
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The "Bainbridge Natural Gas Incident" in Geauga County, Ohio: What Really Happened!
Tom Tomastik, Ohio DNR, Division of Mineral Resources Management
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The Comparative Analysis of Hydraulic Fracturing and Underground Injection
Dan Arthur, All Consulting

Water Utilities Improved Technology for Water/Energy Savings and Sustainability

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Micro-Hydro Energy Recovery Opportunities in Water Distribution Systems: Impacts of Seasonal and Diurnal Demand Variabilities on Estimating Payback
Anna Zaklikowski, HDR Engineering
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Sustainable Solutions and Cost-Saving Applications for Small Water Systems: Case Studies
James J. Rhoades, Jr., Alfred Benesch & Company
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Scheduling Pump Operation to Save Energy Cost
Christine Dejan, The Regional Municipality of Durham
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Applying a Sustainability Metric to Today’s Standard Economic Analyses
Holly Johnson, N.A. Water Systems, a Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies Company
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Feed Water Reduction in Industrial Water Purification Systems
William V. Collentro, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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The Energy and Water Efficiency Benefits of Distributed Recycled Water Production Delivery
Graham Symmonds, Global Water Resources

CO2 Geosequestration Technical and Policy Considerations

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The Energy-Water Nexus and the Role of Carbon Capture and Sequestration
Vincent Tidwell, Sandia National Laboratories
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Physico-Chemical Treatments for Flue-Gas Derived Water from Oxy-Fuel Power-Production with CO2-Capture
Danylo Oryshchyn, DOE / NETL
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U.S. Geological Survey National Geologic Carbon Dioxide Sequestration Assessment Project
Peter D. Warwick, USGS
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Proposed CO2 Rules and the National UIC Program: A Multi-Stakeholder Perspective
Bob Van Voorhees, The Carbon Sequestration Council, and Scott Anderson, Environmental Defense Fund
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Water and Carbon Storage Related Research at DOE/NETL
Andrea McNemar, Department of Energy / National Energy Technology Laboratory
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Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership Water Working Group
Ryan J. Klapperich, Energy and Environmental Research Center, University of North Dakota
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Managing Water from CCS Programs
Christopher Harto, Argonne NL

Water Quality Underground Injection Practices and Ground Water Protection

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Underground Injection and Sequestration and Underground Sources of Drinking Water
Richard Brown, Subsurface Technology, Inc.
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ASR Application in Climate Change Adaptation: The Need, Issues and Research Focus
Y. Jeffrey Yang, USEPA ORD
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Demonstrating Stormwater Infiltration is Protective of Groundwater Quality
Heidi Blischke, GSI Water Solutions Inc
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Water Quality Considerations in Aquifer Storage & Recovery Systems: A Safe Drinking Water Act Perspective
Anna Zaklikowski, HDR Engineering
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Sustainable UV Disinfection Solutions for Large-Scale Municipal Applications
Katrina Williams, Trojan Technologies
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Need for Improvement in Methodology for Assessing Induced Seismicity Potential at an Injection Site
Dr. Chester Miller, Retired DuPont

Water and Unconventional Natural Gas Production Managing Water After Well Stimulation

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Economic Treatment of Frac Flow-Back Water to Recyclable Condition Using Physical Chemical Processes
David H. Manz, Pure Filtered Water International Ltd.
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An Integrated Water Treatment Solution for Sustainable Water Resource Management in the Marcellus Shale
Matthew Bruff, Altela, Inc. Denver Technology Center
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The Integrity of Ground Water Supplies in Areas of Oil and Gas Development
Andrew Stone, American Ground Water Trust
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Sustainable Natural Gas Development through Superior Water Management
Robert Waits, 212 Resources
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Deep Shale Natural Gas and Water Use, Part Two: Abundant, Affordable, and Still Water Efficient
Matthew E Mantell, Chesapeake Energy Corporation

Water & Electric Power Generation

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Water and Coal: A Case Study of Carbon Capture’s Influence on Water in Colorado River Basin
Anna Sommer, Sommer Energy
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Beyond the Energy-Water Nexus – Developing Sustainable Water Supply Solutions for the Electric Power Industry
James M. Oliver, Schlumberger
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Measuring the Sustainability of Wastewater Reuse in Power Plant Cooling Systems
Briana Niblick, University of Pittsburgh
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Electric Utility Investment in Alternative Condenser Technologies: A Real Options Approach
Christian Lastoskie, University of Michigan
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Water Vulnerabilities for Existing Coal-fired Power Plants
Deborah Elcock, Argonne National Laboratory
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Improvements in Thermoelectric Power Plant Water-use Data Collection and Dissemination by Federal Agencies –
Timothy H. Diehl, USGS

Water & Power Utilities Saving Water/Energy Resources

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Listening to Your System
Thomas Watts, Badger Meter, Inc.
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The Link Between Water Loss & Energy Consumption: Southern California Edison’s Embedded Energy in Water Pilot Program
Reinhard Sturm, Water Systems Optimization, Inc.
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Recycling Conserves Water AND Energy
David J. Reardon, HDR, Inc.
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Easing the Water Constraints on Power Plant Cooling with Treated Municipal Wastewater: Insights from Pilot-scale Cooling Tower Tests
Radisav D. Vidic, University of Pittsburgh
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The Carbon Footprint of Water
Wendy Wilson, National Program Director, River Network
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Chicago Pump Station Upgrades Expected to Achieve LEED Certification and Reduce Carbon Footprint
Steven Hall, AECOM

Joint Water Availability & Sustainability/Water Quality Session: Water Resource Characterization and Assessment-Quality and Quanity

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Approach to Delineating and Assessing Saline Groundwater Resources in the Southern Mid-Continent and Adjacent Areas
Stanley T. Paxton, USGS OK Water Science Center
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The North Carolina Groundwater Resource Evaluation Program - A Decade of Characterization of Fractured Bedrock Aquifers of the Piedmont and Mountains
Evan Kane, NC Dept. of Environment & Natural Resources
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Groundwater Classification Approaches: Importance and Applications
Kevin Frederick, WY DEQ

Water Needs for Emerging Energy Technologies

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Managing Renewable Energy Variability with Water
Tom Grabowski, Horizon Energy Group
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Analysis of Biofuel Production Scenarios and Their Regional Water Quality Impact – at the Upper MS River Basin
May Wu, Argonne National Lab
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Water Use in Utility-Scale Solar Power Systems
Jordan Macknick, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
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Algae as a Transportation Fuel: Research Direction and Initiatives –s
Mike Hightower, Sandia National Laboratorie
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GIS-Based Water Resource Geospatial Infrastructure for Oil Shale Development
Wei (Wendy) Zhou, Colorado School of Mines
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Potential Geochemical Releases to Groundwater from an In-situ Oil Shale Retort
Earl D. Mattson, Idaho Nat. Lab

Energy for Water

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Evaluating Green Energy Options at Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities
Fred Bloetscher, Florida Atlantic University
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The Nexus of Asset Management and Energy Efficiency/Management
Heather Himmelberger, Environmental Finance Center New Mexico Tech
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Energy Efficiency Best Practices for Drinking Water Utilities
Vanessa M. Leiby, The Cadmus Group, Inc
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From Awareness to Implementation: How to Specify Energy Efficiency in Treatment Facility RFPs
Jess Burgess, CEE Municipal Water-Wastewater Initiative
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Finding Funding for Energy Efficiency Improvements at Water Utilities
Jonathan Gledhill, Policy Navigation Group
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Water Energy Relationship
Arvind Akela,CDM
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The Energy-Water Nexus in Texas -
Amy Hardberger, The Environmental Defense Fund
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Sustainable Use of Hydropower in a Drinking Water System - Pittsfield, MA
Christian Murphy, AECOM
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Memorandum of Understanding for Hydropower
Michael R. Gabaldon, Director, Technical Resources, Bureau of Reclamation
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Counting What Counts: Energy Audits and Efficiency Programs for Water Utilities and End Uses
Cat Shrier, Watercat Consulting, & Shahid Chaudhry, California Energy Commission
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Making WaterSense – EPA Activities to Address the Energy/Water Nexus
Maura Browning, EPA, OGWDW

Water Utilities Saving water/Energy Resources

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Research to Help Drinking Water Utilities Optimize Energy Use
Linda Reekie, Water Research Foundation
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Sustainable Wells: Role of Well Rehabilitation and Maintenance in Conservation
Stuart A. Smith, Smith-Comeskey Ground Water Science LLC
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Energy Conservation Measures for Municipal Wastewater Treatment and Case Studies of Innovative Technologies and Practices
Laura Dufresne, The Cadmus Group, Inc
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Water Efficiency at Public Power Utilities
J.P. Blackford, Environmental Services Engineer at the American Public Power Association
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Case Study of Energy Efficient, Sustainable Improvements and Technologies Implemented at Water Treatment Plants
Andrew L. Casolini Dal Bo, Wendel Companies
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Accounting for the Carbon Costs of Alternative Water Supplies in the Tampa Bay Region
M. Jennison Kipp, University of Florida

Joint Water Availability & Sustainability/Water Quality Session: Climate Change Adaptation

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Assessing Water and Carbon Footprints for Green Water Resource Management
Y. Jeffrey Yang, USEPA ORD
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EPA's Climate Ready Water Utilities Activities -
John Whitler, Water Security Division U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
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Water Supply Reliability for Energy Development Demands: Adaptation for Potential Climate Change
Andrew Wolfsberg, Los Alamos National Laboratory
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USGS National Water Census Groundwater Resources Program
Susan S. Hutson, USGS and Eric J. Evenson, Water Census Coordinator, USGS

Produced Water and Power Plant Discharge Water for Reuse

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Water Disposal, Emissions and Renewable Energy in the Oilfield
Zack Wasser, Purestream Technology
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Considerations for Use of Produced Water at Coal-Fired Power Plants
David Alleman, ALL Consulting
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Water Recovery, Recycling, Environmental Mitigation/Alternative Use of Brackish Coal Bed Methane Produced Water for Production and Well Completion Purposes
Allan R Sattler, Sandia National Lab.
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Use of Produced Water from the Illinois Basin by Coal-Based Power Plants –
Chad Knutson, University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign
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Pilot-Scale Constructed Wetland Systems for Treating Energy-Produced Waters
James W. Castle, Clemson University

Water Availability & Sustainability Allocation Implementation of Water Rights/Laws

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Water Rights and Water Wrongs: Balancing the Interests of the Individual and the State in Water Allocation
Francine Rochford, La Trobe University School of Law
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Developing a Sustainable Water Supply Strategy for the City of Plantation, Florida -
Courtney Licata, Hazen and Sawyer, P.C
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Managing Groundwater on the Texas High Plains: Is Local Government Control Effective in Managing Regional Groundwater Resources?
Sherry Stephens, High Plains Underground Water Conservation District
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Groundwater Withdrawal and Regulations in the Eastern United States
Brandon Kernen, New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services

Water Quality Green Projects

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Beyond Clean Water: The Triple Bottom Line Benefits of Green Stormwater Infrastructure
Matthew Vanaskie, CDM Water Resources
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Application of the Energy Service Company Model to Green Stormwater Infrastructure in Philadelphia
Matthew Condiotti, CDM
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Recovery Act Financing for Ground Water Systems
Chuck Job, USEPA
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Revised Rhode Island Stormwater Manual Incorporates Ground Water Protection Practices
Mark E. Nelson, Horsley Witten Group

Water and Unconventional Natural Gas Production: Regulatory / Policy Consideration and Initiatives

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Louisiana Haynesville Shale Model: Finding Success through Development of Flexible Institutions and Balanced Adaptive Water/Energy Management
Gary M. Hanson, Red River Watershed Management Institute Louisiana State University in Shreveport
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Natural Gas Development in the Susquehanna River Basin
Jennifer Hoffman, Susquehanna River Basin Commission
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Hydraulic Fracturing and Drinking Water Resources – Robert Puls, USEPA
Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Center Ground Water and Ecosystems Restoration
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The RBDMS National Oil and Gas Data Portal
Stan Belieu, NE Oil & Gas & GWPC VicePresident

Ground Water Quality and Availability and Sustainability Regulatory / Policy Considerations and Initiatives

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Considerations for Implementation of the Underground Injection Control (UIC) Program for Carbon Dioxide Geologic Sequestration (GS) Wells
Jill Nogi, and Mary Rose Bayer, US Environmental Protection Agency
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Contaminants in Groundwater Sources Used for Public Supply
Patty Toccalino, USGS
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Unregulated Drinking Water Initiative for Environmental Surveillance and Public Health
Lorraine C. Backer, Team Lead and Senior Scientist, National Center for Environmental Health, Center for Disease Control and Prevention
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National Groundwater Monitoring Network- Pilot Studies
Daryll Pope, New Jersey Water Science Center, US Geological Survey
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Evaluating Sustainability of Projected Water Demands under Future Climate Change Scenarios
Sujoy B. Roy, Tetra Tech

Moving Forward-Emerging Water, Energy, and Climate Change Adaptation Considerations

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* Coal, Natural Gas, Climate & Water: Towards the Right Mix for Colorado
Kristen Averyt – NOAA Western Water Assessmen
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The Environmental Costs of Energy: A Discussion of the Trade-offs Involved in Energy Choices
J. Daniel Arthur, ALL Consulting
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Adding Water to the Energy and Economic Equation
Valerie Strassberg, Nature’s Voice Our Choice, Water/Energy
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Energy Security: Water, Land, and Climate Change Adaptation –
Mike Hightower, Sandia National Laboratory
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US DOE Efforts to Broaden the Understanding of the Energy- Water-Climate Nexus
Craig Zamuda, Office of Climate Change Policy and Technology Office of Policy and International Affairs U.S. Department of Energy
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Water, Energy, Climate Change Legislation
Josh Johnson, Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
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Water-Energy Nexus: Strategic Thinking
Dr. Carey King, University of Texas